To help keep you informed on the most shared and talked about stories, each Saturday and Sunday we'll revisit five stories from the previous week, including the most recent updates.
State police arrested Fotis Dulos for a second time on Wednesday on an additional charge of tampering with evidence connected to the case of his missing estranged wife, Jennifer Dulos. The arrest affidavit for Dulos detailed his movements on the day Jennifer disappeared and provided a look at some of the evidence collected in the case. It also revealed for the first time what Dulos' girlfriend, Michelle Troconis, has told police about what she knows. She was arrested again on Thursday. See what Troconis told police here.
Hurricane Dorian leveled much of the northern islands of the Bahamas this week. The Category 5 storm brought winds of 185 mph and obliterated homes on the Bahamas' Abaco and Grand Bahama islands, home to some 70,000 people. Dorian continued towards the U.S., making landfall in Cape Hatteras Friday, bringing flooding and strong winds to the Carolinas. For more on the devastation in the Bahamas, click here.
School Bus Stop Scare
A home surveillance camera captured a scary moment as a pickup truck sped past a stopped school bus in West Haven. A student who was waiting to cross the street to board the bus luckily stayed in the driveway until the pickup went by. Police say they found the driver and gave that person a ticket. See more on the incident here.
Students at Southington High School mourned a fellow classmate this week after the 17-year-old was killed in a car accident. Julia Bruno was just starting her senior year. For more details on the crash, click here.
Walmart's Ammo Announcement
Walmart said Tuesday it will discontinue all sales of handgun ammunition and sales of short-barrel rifle ammunition that can be used with military-style weapons, following two “horrific” shootings at Walmart stores this summer. The retail giant also asked customers to no longer openly carry firearms in stores, in states where “open carry” is allowed, unless they are authorized law enforcement officers. See more on the announcement here.